1870 50C Standard Silver Half Dollar, Judd-960, Pollock-...
Brick-Red 1870 Standard Silver Half Struck in Copper, Judd-9601870 50C Standard Silver Half Dollar, Judd-960, Pollock-1112, R.7, PR64 Red NGC. Standard Silver design showing Liberty wearing a coronet inscribed LIBERTY in raised letters. The reverse reads 50 CENTS 1870 in the center and is surrounded by a wreath of cotton and corn. These pieces were sold with the other denominations for $15 at the time of issue. Fewer than a dozen examples are believed known today. Struck in copper with a plain edge, and the dies are rotated slightly counterclockwise. A brick-red near-Gem with an exceptionally sharp strike on the central letters in LIBERTY. A few tiny carbon flecks do not reduce the eye appeal of this difficult pattern. Population: 1 in 64, 0 finer (7/03).(#81206) (PCGS# 81206)
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